Kevin Willis


Fort Knox Can Now Operate Entirely Off the Electric Grid

May 6, 2015

At a ceremony Wednesday, officials demonstrated the results of the post’s Energy Security Project, which converts natural gas beneath the installation into electricity. Read Story


At Rand Paul’s Request, Kentucky Republicans Give Preliminary Approval to Presidential Caucus

March 8, 2015

The executive committee of the state party gave preliminary approval Saturday to Paul’s request to hold a presidential caucus next year, instead of a primary election. Read Story


Kentucky Ranks 49th in U.S. In Overall Well-Being, Report Says

February 20, 2015

It’s the sixth straight year Kentucky has come in 49th in the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index. Read Story


A Year Ago Today, a Sinkhole Swallowed 8 Vintage Vehicles in Bowling Green’s Corvette Museum

February 12, 2015

Thursday marks the one-year anniversary of the day a sinkhole opened up beneath the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, swallowing up eight vintage vehicles. Read Story

Aging bourbon at a distillery in Kentucky.

Kentucky Bourbon Trail Has Record-Breaking Attendance—Again

January 30, 2015

Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail had another record-breaking year in attendance. The trail’s nine participating distilleries had 627,032 visitors in 2014, an increase of 10 percent over the previous year. The nine smaller facilities that make up the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour … Read Story


Low Gas Prices May Be Good For Motorists, But Not Kentucky’s Road Fund

January 14, 2015

Kentucky lawmakers are preparing for a drop in the amount of funding they receive for the state’s Road Fund. Read Story


Kentucky University to Offer Scholarships for Gamers

January 8, 2015

The University of Pikeville will offer 20 scholarships this fall to students who excel in the online multi-player game, “League of Legends.” Read Story